Attorney Andria Oaks began her legal career as a shadow solicitor in the Department of Child Service. She was a youth advocate and helped guide teenagers to a successful probation officer. She then practised in South Bend, where her passion for supporting families and children grew. If permanent housing is necessary, the court must hold a status hearing and it will take twelve (12) months, according to the Indiana State Code.
Indiana requires the will to be signed by the testator, the person who made it, and signed in the presence of two witnesses. Indiana law states that a will is valid only if it is signed by a "deceased" or person who makes it.
In a will, the court assumes that the division of the war property into two halves represents a just division of property. The power of attorney usually requires that a document be written and that it be handed over to a lawyer after the act and that it be considered a document.